Marshawn Lynch September 2014

The Seattle Seahawks have history against them. It's very rare that an NFL team who wins a Super Bowl wins it again the year after, or even getting back to the big game.

To open up the 2014 NFL season, Seattle has shown no signs of slowing down from their dominant 2013 run where they ended up dominating the Denver Broncos, 43-8, in the Super Bowl.

Seattle gave it to Green Bay, crushing them in the Week 1 season-opener by a score of 36-16.

With Green Bay making a comeback, it was officially over when Russell Wilson hooked up with Derrick Coleman for the score:

Wilson was solid in the outing, throwing for 191 yards and two touchdowns. Marshawn Lynch was just as good on the ground, having 110 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

For the Packers, it was never their night. They kept it close, but the second half was not there's. Seattle's offense looked good, Green Bay dealt with injuries and penalties, and they even allowed a safety.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers did his best, but only mustered a performance of going 23-33 for 189 yards, a touchdown, interception and a 81.9 rating. Eddie Lacy had 34 yards on 12 carries, also suffering a concussion in the matchup.

Overall, it was a dominating game by Seattle. Right now, they look dominant and should definitely be considered as the favorites to win it all again.

We'll see what Seattle has to give next week when they face the San Diego Chargers on the road.


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